Burnt Toast Lung would join Farmer's Lung
, Pigeon Fancier's Lung and Miner's Lung: Hovitis, to give the faux disease its scientific label.
(1) A number of offending agents have been identified (Table 1), many of which are associated with a name referring to the resulting clinicopathologic condition (ie, farmer's lung
, hot tub lung, byssinosis, etc).
Researcher Medardo Avila Vazquez, head of the nongovernmental organization (NGO) Medicos de Pueblos Fumigados, said one of the risks of this endeavor is a health condition known as farmer's lung
, a potentially chronic inflammation that humans can develop after inhaling dust particles derived from agricultural products.
An example is farmer's lung
, which results from the inhalation of the microorganism Micropolyspora faeni found in moldy hay.
On his return he became a senior consultant pathologist for the South Wales area, where he worked principally on the pathology of lung diseases in the farming, mining andindustrialcommunities, including farmer's lung
, miner's lung, tuberculosis, asbestosis and pneumoconiosis.
She was diagnosed with the rare disease aspergillosis - known as farmer's lung
Some examples would be: Some skin diseases such as occupational dermatitis, skin cancer or chrome ulcer; Lung diseases such as occupational asthma, farmer's lung
and asbestosis; Infections such as hepatitis, anthrax and tetanus.
We have farmer's lung
, tennis elbow, jogger's nipple, athlete's foot, bird fancier's lung, waiter's palsy, writer's cramp, dowager's hump, yuppie flu and many others.
He is eight, after all, and despite a career beset by rotten bad luck, two legs shorter than the others and a touch of the old farmer's lung
, he's soldiered on past his century of races, managing nine wins and 22 places for a gratifying 137 grand and change.
Hypersensitivity pneumonitis, sometimes called farmer's lung
when high levels of spores from moldy hay and silage are inhaled, usually goes away after four to 12 hours.